After my thesis work, I have been thinking about reconsidering the scale in my work. I am curious about what the difference is when my small piece is transformed into an extremity on our body. Does the scale matter? I would like to explore the different experience.
I am also fascinated by the sparkling when the piece has a light. I guess it could be a large sculpture.
Right now in terms of the size, it looks like a bowl in the kitchen. It's growing now.. I am not sure when I will stop. But I am sure that I will continue to work with this piece.
* Guys, just so you know, English is my second language, so please bear with me if my grammar is weird! :)
Come Join us for an opening reception "INFLATE/DEFLATE" at Studio 304.
It is this Thursday the 25th.
A complete list of exhibiting artists can be found below.
Light food and drinks will be served.
We will also be featuring newly designed jewelry, clothing and commodities from several of the exhibiting artists as well as the fashionable designs from the artists of WASTE NOT WANT NOT and Snarl Designs.
This is a ONE NIGHT ONLY event, so you don't want to miss it!
Studio 304 Presents:
INFLATE / DEFLATE
Opening Reception: Thursday, February 25th. 6pm-10pm.
Pearl St Lofts - 304 Pearl St. #112 (Large warehouse behind Firehouse13 off Broad St)
New work by:
Yong Joo Kim
Featured Designer Apparel by:
Waste Not Want Not
If you would like to see some photos from the opening night, please click here.
My new neckpiece is done. Since the units are so small, I tried to sew together some elements to secure and create the concrete form. The piece looks like an Egyptian neckpiece. But I would like to wear this piece in a dynamic way. I will twist it when I wear.
TheGalleryHL owner, Hwa sent me these photos! Looks great! I wish I could be there!
I haven't had a chance to have a show in Korea for 3 years since I moved to the U.S in 2007. I am very grateful for the opportunity to have this show in Korea.
Since I am in the U.S, I am not able to visit Korea to see the show. It's too bad! But I am happy that my family and friends from Korea can see my work in person! I will upload more photos when I get them from the gallery!